(NBC) - The New York Times is launching a new app that will have stories written by journalists and advertisers.
It's called "N.Y.T. Now." It is a lower-priced app that offers more content than the ten free stories readers can get on the website, but not quite the full paper.
The app will have morning and evening briefings, which summarizes the news. It will also have the Times' new "Paid Posts" advertising product, which allows advertisers to write articles that promote their brands.
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